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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... also a favorite hangout for coyotes, but we neither heard nor saw any coyotes this adventure, tho we did run into a wash-walking regular and her dog Shakespeare. A few photos and videos are below. Lovely time, and we have maybe some more rains coming late weekend, so maybe today won't be our last walk in flowing water.
... my pass at the entrance to the park. It is hard to believe this area was once a fast, swampy forest. There are many, many thousands of petrified trees littering the park. A co-worker suggested I see the meteor crater located outside Winslow, Arizona. It is not a NP, and is actually privately owned by a family that 'found' it many years ago. For just being a hole in ...
... headed to the visitor center. I have never heard of Mesa Verde until Jack and Diane (my wonderful in-laws) showed me pictures of their trip a few months back. I quickly signed up for a tour of the "Balcony House"and headed into the park. It's a long drive up to the "Mesa", but I had plenty of time stop at many of the overlooks before the tour. Mesa Verde was the home of the Ancestral Pueblo people for many years and they built these ...
... door and got to work--Chuck unboxed the fans; I got water for the dogs; and Bunny, Sadie, and Casper scooted from spot to spot looking for the perfect place to collapse. As the AC growled and the fans hummed, I lifted a glass of ice water and toasted my weary battle mates! "We can do this," I shouted. "We will prevail!" We then settled into our battle stations--and napped.... Rest is necessary, for tomorrow we conquer new lands--Silver City, ...
... through Sedona and up to their airport on top of a mesa to have breakfast at the restaurant, but it only opens for lunch now, so drove on to a suburb of Sedona and had breakfast at a golf resort and then drove back to Tucson. We had a snack at the Claim Jumper with the movies group and then saw "Max", the army dog that returned from ...